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About Salem

Salem is a city residing in Columbiana and Mahoning Counties, Ohio. The city's population is an estimated 12,300. Salem is surrounded by the Perry Township. The city was founded in 1806 and incorporated in 1830. Salem's name is derived from Jerusalem, which means "city of peace."

The city is served by the Salem City School District. Salem High School is located in the district and is a recipient of U.S. News and World Report's bronze medal. Online or in-home tutoring in Salem might benefit anyone who wishes to have private one-on-one instruction for their test prep or school work. Colleges in the area include Allegheny Wesleyan College, the University of Mount Union, youngstown State University, and Penn State Shenango. If you seek online or in-home private tutoring for test prep and general subject instruction from Salem, OH, tutors, you could potentially increase your odds of getting into your top school choice.

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Today we talked about Graphing of Exponential Functions and the meaning of Inverse Functions. We reviewed how to graph basic functions with its appropriate transformations as well as reverse the definition of a function. We also worked together on some of the problems of a practice worksheet that I created prior and gave the rest of the worksheet to the student as additional practice. The practice included evaluating functions at specified values, graphing of exponential functions, solving exponential equations and compound interest. He was pretty invested in our tutoring session and enjoyed talking about math concepts in depth.
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The student worked on her math homework, which covered some review topics including area and fractions. Then we went through some practice problems involving range, mean, median, and mode. I'm trying to include more review during her sessions, which I think will be a great method to boost her confidence as the math she's learning becomes more challenging.
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Today, we covered force calculations, including F = ma, unit conversion, the difference between matter and weight, calculating weight, and normal force. The student has improved a lot in his mathematical reasoning skills and can use algebra to figure out Physics problems. He was getting a lot of Physics problems correct today without my help. However, there is a lot of room for improvement in terms of speed but that can be improved with practice.
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Session 2 was a continuation of review of all the topics in the 5th grade curriculum in order to prepare the student for the review assessment given at school in the beginning of the school year. Topics covered in this session include rounding, adding and subtracting decimals, long division, finding percentage, and finding percentage of a given number. The student was engaged and worked continuously throughout the session.
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We discussed in detail diabetes mellitus, its classification, pathogenesis, morphology, complications and causes of death. We concluded with an in depth discussion of alcoholism, its pathogenesis, morphology, complications and causes of death.
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The student has a quiz tomorrow, so we went over the review sheet which had questions about ratios, unit rate and the beginnings of linear relationships. We also discussed previous work and working with adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing positive and negative integers.
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